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Govt Tipped on Rare Species Protection

Environmentalists have tipped government to protect habitats for rare and endangered wildlife species such as, Chapman's Pygmy Chameleon which are at the verge of extinction, owing to trafficking, deforestation and poaching.

TUM Decries Inadequate Special Needs Teachers

Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) has expressed worry on the lack of enough special needs teachers in the country's primary and secondary schools despite the facilities having students that require special care from such professionals.

CAMA Predicts Rise in Commodity Prices

Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) says Malawians should brace for more economic hardships following the prospected rise in prices of petroleum products as announced by the Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA).

Cyclone Ana Kills 3 in Thyolo

Three children have died while seven others injured in Thyolo after being hit by collapsing houses following heavy downpour.

Cyclone Ana Halts CEAR Operations

Nacala Logistics has suspended its operations pending assessment that will be conducted because of Cyclone Ana which is still rearing its ugly face in the country.

Inadequate Funding Affects Waste Management in Phalombe

Authorities in Phalombe say lack of designated vehicle and inadequate funding to collect waste in its dumping sites is affecting management of waste in the district.

South East Region Police Reduces Crime

South East Region Police Commissioner, Chikondi Chingadza, says the region has reduced crimes by 8% in 2021 as compared to 2020.

Pacific Limited to Rehabilitate Over 80 Boreholes

The Pacific Group of Companies seeks to rehabilitate over 80 nonfunctional boreholes in Blantyre a development which is expected to ease challenges in accessing clean water in the city.

Nikisi: Elderlies’ Safe Haven Amid COVID19

Thomas Mgundo needs enough time to remember and calculate how many grandchildren he has. Minus that, he only recalls he has about forty of them.

FCB Brings MUBAS Needy Students Back in Class

First Capital Bank (FCB) has paid K8 million for 335 students who were on the verge of withdrawing at the Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS).

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